Information doesn't have a form. Information is that which gives form to what would otherwise be formless...or without identity.bahman wrote:
The idea is that information has to have a form whether you define it as something which carries a meaning or not so the rest of argument doesn't fall apart.
Form is just an identity / concept given to that which is nameless. The giver of identity is not the form it gives. No thing has any form in reality, 'things' are empty images of imageless consciousness. Appearances are deceptive.
For example: A mountain is not a mountain.A mountain is only a mountain because it is given that form in the form of information..aka concept.
Knowledge informs illusory reality. Wisdom understands reality as illusory.